TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Showers are fading and pushing out of our area this evening, we should be much drier by 10 p.m. Expect lingering clouds and temperatures sinking down into the mid 70s.
Tuesday begins with partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures. There is a 10% chance for a stray shower or two to wander onshore with breezy northwesterly winds between 10-15 mph. Expect some cloudier times of the day, but you will enjoy some sunshine as well. Temperatures will climb into the mid 80s with waning rain chances during the day.
Wednesday starts out dry and pleasant, and temperatures climb back into the mid 80s.
The next big weather event comes on Thursday as a strong cold front arrives. The rain chance goes up to 70%, and some of the storms could be strong with heavy downpours. The rain holds highs near 80 that day before the cooler air arrives Thursday night.
Highs will be in the 70s starting on Friday and lasting through the weekend. That’s below average for this time of year. A few sprinkles are possible as the cooler air comes off the Gulf of Mexico.
Expect a chilly Halloween weekend, waking up in the low 60s and only warming into the mid 70s. It won’t be bone dry, with a few stray showers making their way onshore from the Gulf.